United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo and Metohija of priority significance to Serbia

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Ivica DacicFirst Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had talks currently with UN Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Jean- Pierre Lacroix on a purpose of UNMIK, and Serbia’s grant to UN peacekeeping operations, and a ways and means of serve compelling team-work in this area.

Minister Dacic underlined that a UN Mission in Kosovo and Metohija is of priority significance to Serbia and that Serbia is essay for a delay of a participation and engagement, but downsizing or change of a mandate. He removed that, according to a series of troops and military crew intent in opposite peacekeeping operations, Serbia is a largest writer in a Western Balkans region, and tenth in Europe.

Under-Secretary-General Jean- Pierre Lacroix thanked his interlocutor for Serbia’s grant to a UN peacekeeping missions. He reliable a joining of a Department for Peacekeeping Operations that he is heading, to unchanging doing of a UNMIK mandate, expressing support to a discourse between Belgrade and Pristina.

The dual sides discussed a possibilities for and additional grant of Serbia to peacekeeping operations, in line with a specific needs on a ground.

Article source: http://www.mfa.gov.rs/en/press-service/statements/17788-united-nations-interim-administration-mission-in-kosovo-and-metohija-of-priority-importance-to-serbia